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. and with that i actually submit to you just a device that we are actually using to work with san francisco unified around the programs that we've done during the summer. and whether we are tracking where folks know in the school district ho numbers, whether we can actually look at the students that are in after school programs and what that impact is on their school day. and doing more trainings around what the state standards are, the schools know them. the school district knows them, but what about the service providers? what is it that the kids should be do at the end of the day, what that should look like. so, again, thank you for this and i look forward to seeing what comes from it. >> thank you very much. and i believe now we'll be hearing from our deputy superintendent. guadalupe guerrero. >> good afternoon, commissioner, and supervisors. guadalupe guerrero. i think i'm in the eighth week for deputy superintendent for instruction, innovation and social justice. glad to speak on the topic today. let me switch over to our powerpoint. there we go, thank you. today's presentation there's a few
having been an employee of the san francisco unified school district, my hope and my intent as we tackle some very difficult issues which impact all of us is that we do so in the spirit of how do we work together as a city and as a school district to address these issues. i know that in the past some folks on the school district end had felt the prior discussion that has taken place in this committee has been about pointing fingers, and i really think that while it's important for all of us to be accountable, that the goal here is to figure out solutions for these very complicated issues. so, it is in that spirit that i hope we have this discussion. so, with that, i turn it over to my colleague, supervisor cohen. >> thank you very much. good afternoon, everyone. it's nice to see you. i thank you for hearing this item today. both supervisor olague and i express concern and desire of to better coordinate the work being done by the school district and other school -- excuse me, and other city departments, to support and -- to support and increase african-american students achievement and pr
is this overall to san francisco? >> it's extremely important. i think it's the unifying spirit a sports team does when they wane world -- a championship. look at the buildings. they are all orange, buildings that i never seen before turned to color. we had the building owners managers are all volunteering to change the colors. not only city hall but the opera house, symphony are all in bright orange. >> so we have that now. the next step is people are saying is how do you keep the roll going. you have the 49ers exiting the city and then trying to bring this warriors arena in. >> that's right. >> what's the status on that? >> we kept the ball rolling as we speak because ben, lori and i and a bunch of others are in the process of writing our bid to the national football league for hosting nfl's super bowl l. and we have a great shot at it so that's what we will be working on and find out next may. then we will work with the warriors on a beautiful water front arena on piers 30-31. it's a huge investment for them to make. i have to admit. just to fix the piers will be 100 to $120 million. just befor
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